Kino Club: Scenes from Childhood - Alfred Guzzetti
October 26, 8:00 PM
Visual Arts Facility Screening Room 219, UC San Diego

Kino Club is a screening series organized by Visual Arts graduate students. On October 26 Kino Club is back for another installment of films shown on 16mm. The first screening of this quarter's programming is "Scenes from Childhood" by Alfred Guzzetti. "What do whales eat? Can a person feel 'comfortable' and 'hurt' at the same time. Can a family have two fathers? Two big brothers? These and other questions are addressed-and sometimes resolved-in Alfred Guzzetti's delightful, wise, penetrating and insightful "Scenes from Childhood"-a sequence of scenes of 3- and 4-year-olds talking while they work and play (sometimes it's hard to tell the difference).

 

 

"What do whales eat? Can a person feel 'comfortable' and 'hurt' at the same time. Can a family have two fathers? Two big brothers?These and other questions are addressed—and sometimes resolved—in Alfred Guzzetti's delightful, wise, penetrating and insightful Scenes from Childhood—a sequence of scenes of 3- and 4-year-olds talking while they work and play (sometimes it's hard to tell the difference). 

 

Info about the filmmaker:http://www.alfredguzzetti.com/Bio.ht